Using a data-driven approach is key to achieving our business objectives. We just need to take the time to make sure we understand our goals and what metrics can help drive them. There are plenty of real world examples where the objectives haven’t been achieved while side effect outcomes are experienced. So we have to make sure our data-driven approach is robust. It will help us to move in the right direction.
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